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Sleepovers have long been considered a rite of passage for American children, but it can also be stressful. How do you prepare for your kid's first sleepover?
Got a young kid at home who seems like they just can't make friends? Here are some ways to help them develop and maintain friendships.
Media reportage of school violence can cause stress and trauma, especially in younger children. So how can parents help their children cope with the news?
Moving your family and children to a new town or new house can be a difficult change for kids. Here are nine ways to make it easier.
Creating confident, responsible, and principled individuals is Scouting's mission - and a parent's goal. Here's how to give your child's life skills a boost:
Did you hear the one about the class clown who giggled her way to better health and stronger relationships?  Keeping the laughter in your child's life.
Discusses Abraham Maslow's hierarchy of needs and how it provides a model for understanding the need for human relations in the classroom.
A pen pal helps practice reading and writing, and teaches kids about life in other countries. Find out how to get your child a pen pal here.
Diagnosing autism can be tricky. But, as one mother attests, an accurate diagnosis can mean early intervention and recovery.
A child's habits and behaviors are strongly shaped by his or her family. School programs and peers influence children as well.
Tips on how to make a move to a new town easier on your kids. From easing the transition, to how to talk about it, here are some tips on helping them cope.
The pressure to conform isn't necessarily negative.
Get into her head! Find out how you can help your child's thinking develop.
When a preschooler plays, he's learning all kinds of skills and lessons! Here are nine types of play and how to spot them.
These ideas will get your preschooler chattering away.
Your baby isn't quite ready to form a tight-knit posse yet, but social play starts long before playdates at the park. Help your baby develop social skills with these tips.
This article offers suggestions to teachers on how to teach their students to make friends.  Lists books on friendship from student from preschool to high
The article discusses the importance of teaching problem-solving skills to young children.
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